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Is uiStub.exe a legitimate Norton file?
I downloaded an upgrade from (supposedly) Norton on Monday (10/15). Tues. & Wed. the computer worked fine. Now today I turn on the computer and I have a "Windows did not start properly" message. So I left it go to the "Repair Startup" function. I declined the "Do you want to restore to an earlier point" because I knew the only recent installation/alteration was the upgrade from Norton and I should not be having a problem with that. After the "Repair Startup" ran through all its checklists the results came up inclusive.
I went into "Norton File Insight" under "properties" for my Internet Security. According to this info, the "exe" file is uiStub.exe. Under "Developer" it says it's from Symantec Corp. Under "Mature" it says the file was released 2 months ago.
However... under "Origins" it says "downloaded from unknown".
So I would like to know if this "uiStub.exe" is actually yours or not. If it's yours, then maybe the startup problem was some weird glitch that will work itself out. If this file is not yours, then I have a very unfortunate problem on my hands.
My computer is an HP Pavilion dv6 laptop. It has an AMD processor with Windows 7.